Category Archives: podcasting

The hardest button to buttonhole

Speechification’s superb service to the nation has delivered The Human Button into my podcast tracking devicicule recently. It’s broadly speaking a nutritious slice of Reithian radio and very listenable, although just as establishment as milord would have loved to hear. … Continue reading

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Beat that, reality!

While I spent Christmas at my in-laws, my—hatmandu’s—ancient purple iMac slept; so did my podcast subscriptions along with it. Given that there was already a lot of smashing programmes on Speechification that I was footshufflingly avoiding spending the time to … Continue reading

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BBC takes hash; makes the right decision for once

At last! Someone at the BBC has trumped the anti-technological and largely incomprehensible form of ACOL bidding that has informed their online-content policy for the past few years, starting with RealPlayer, moving through the iPlayer fiasco, and ending up with … Continue reading

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